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THE MORNING OltEG ONTAN. TIITJIISDAT, JUNE 10, 1915.
CITY' NEWS IN BRIEF
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EEILIO (Broadway, at Taylor) -Chauncey
Olcott. In m ilea rt or Paddy VVhaca.
Tr.te afternoon at 2:13 and tonight at 8:1.
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Moving pic
ture and vaudeville. Continuous till 11
OAKS AMU8EMEXT PARK Concert band
RECREATION PARK (2th and Vaughn)
Coast League baseball. Portland vs. Salt
.Lake, this afternoon at S o'clock.
PANTAGK8 (Broadway at Alder) Per
formance: 2:30. l.M and :30 P. M.
EMPKE8S (Broadway and YamallO Per
formance 2.SU. 7;30 and 9:13 P. M.
Motion Picture Theaters.
ORPHETJM Broadway and Stark.
NATIONAL Park. West Park, near Waan
ington. PEOPLES 'West Park, near Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Broadway and Wash
Bnrx. Rvnt School Closss. The
aehool at Bull Run has Just closed, the
graduates being: George Clark, Hazel
itener ana Laura Haneberg. They re
ceived diplomas from the grammar
graaea. bix pupils took examination
in geography. The highest grade was
made by Henry Llndeman, who re
ceived a marking- of 100 per cent In
Children's Services at Fajrvtew.
Children's day services will be held
In the Smith Memorial Prcibirtitrlan
Church at Falrrlew next Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. A programme has
Deen prepared consisting of drills.
songs ana recitations. Rev. L B. Self.
the pastoral supply, will deliver an
"acrostic address" on the Bible on
"What Is It?"
Twelfth and Morrison grandstand
seats; lzth and Morrison. Adv.
Da. J. H. Miller, dentist. 614 Orego
nian bldg. Marshall 909. Adv.
Twelfth and Morrison grandstand
seats; 12th and Morrison. Adv.
A. L. MILLER TRIAL OH
WIFE TO TESTIFY FOR MAX WHO
KILLED MILL . PRESIDENT,
AtuMM Committees Abu Appolited.
Dr. Earl Clanahan, president, with
the assistance of Vyola Mathews, first
vice-president, and Bessie Osburne, sec
end vice-president, yesterday announced
the following committees for the new
Greshara High School Alumni Associa
tion: Constitution and bylaws. Pearl
Metzger, Hope Anderson, Addie Quesin
berry, Harold Kern and Chase St. Clair;
decorations. Emelie Anderson, Vyola
Mathews Eva Dodd, Floyd Metzger,
Ray Palmqulst and Jackson Jones;
entertainment, Vyola Mathews, Marian
Robertson, Florence Fleldhouse, Gladys
Miller, Katherine Honey and Willa
Metzger; refreshments. Ethel Wilkin
son. Helen Hoss. Maude Michel. Ellen
De Haven, Harry Stanley and Frank
Rogers; reception, Ethel Calkins. Maeve
Lovelace-Iler. Laura Shipley, Olive Mer
rill Alice Roberts, Kirk Thompson and
Rafph Stanley. The officers of the as
sociation constitute the finance com
mittee. Preparations will be made for
the home-coming meeting of the as
sociation June 18 for all graduates of
the Gresham high school.
Paul J. Smith's Funeral Held. Fu
neral services of Paul J. Smith, who
died Sunday at his home, Columbia
boulevard, were conducted yesterday
morning at St. Mary's Church, Williams
avenue and Stanton streeL Interment
was made In Mount Calvary Cemetery.
Mr. Smith was 38 years old and came
to Oregon with his parents 34 years
ago. He Is survived by a widow, Mrs.
Marie Smith; three sons, Ronald.
Clarence and Kenneh G. Smith; his
father Jacob Smith, a sister. Mrs.
Adams Green, and five brothers, G. L-.
L. C, S. G.. J. N. and T. J. Smith, all
of Portland. Mr. Smith was a member
of Rose City Camp, No. 5466, Modern
Woodmen of America, and many mem
bers attended the services.
Alumni Reunion Planned. The en
tertainment committee of the Mount
Angel Alumni Association, composed of
Carl Massey, Carl Herbring, Rev. John
Commisky and Rev. John Costello, met
yesterday In Gregory Hall to consider
entertainment In connection with the
annual reunion to be held at Mount
Angel College June 16. An excursion
will be run to Mount Angel from Port
land and a banquet will be served.
TJmbert De Martini has been selected as
toastmaster. Andrew Weber was ap
pointed to provide a special car for
the Portland members of the associa
tion. Rev. Father Gregory Roble, of
Portland, Is -vice-president, and Rev.
Ambrose Walsh secretary.
TTxiorr-A VENUE Kill Proposed. Union
avenue between Bryant street and the
Columbia boulevard is to be filled 'to
grade, and the City Engineer is pre
paring plans. Union avenue Is to be
the thoroughfare to the approach to
the Interstate bridge across the Colum
bia River, and - this till Is the first
necessary step In that direction. A
viaduct will cross the tracks of the
O.-W. R. & N. The cost will be as
sessed to a large district, and will be j
about $50,003. It is announced that
the plans will be filed next week with
' the Council, when bids will be asked
for the Improvement.
Mrs. J,ilburn Honored. A reception
was given Mrs. A. J. Lllburn, of Rose
burg, Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. F.
J. Wells, 607 East Ninth street. Mrs.
Lilburn was one of the original mem
bers of the Portland Progress Club,
but moving to Roseburg nearly two
years ago she became an honorary
member. She has been visiting In Port
land and attended the recent federation
convention in Portland as a delegate
from Roseburg. The reception was at
tended largely by members of the Prog
ress Club. Mrs. Lilburn will return
to her home today.
Stolen Ctclb Offered. Caught
trying to dispose of a motorcycle that
had been stolen the evening before,
Andrew Mustoia, formerly of Butte,
was taken Into custody by City Detec-"
tlves Hyde and Vaughn yesterday and
will be prosecuted in Municipal Court
on a charge of larceny. The machine
was taken from the basement of the
home of Donald C. Knarr at 89 North
Thirteenth street by a thief who broke
In some time during the night, Tues
day. Pavtno Bids Received. Cochran
Nutting & Co., street contractors, sub
mitted the lowest b!! yesterday for
the paving: of Peninsular avenue from
Lombard street to Columbia Slough
road with concrete pavement. The bid
was $23,602.33. Bids submitted by
other contracts were as follows: Star
Sand Company, $24,042.37; Manning &
Co., $25,956.45; J. M. Ambrose, $24,382.31;
Jeffery & Bufton, $25,249.68.
Georcbs Club Meets. The George
Social and Commercial Club held its
regular business meeting Saturday
night, when arrangements were com
pleted for a picnic July 3. It was
voted to meet at the clubhouse the
second Saturday of every month. At
the meeting Saturday night Leo Rath,
Fred Neitzchman and Fred Marshall
were the committe on refreshments.
Opportunitt for dentist with es
tablished first-class physician: splendid
light, well-known building, central
location; moderate rental. AM 708,
East Sidbks. See the floral parade on
Grand ave. 2 stands; Grand ave. and
East Alder; Grand ave. and East
Anxeny. seats, zc. Adv.
Rosb Carnival Dancb tonight." Cotll
lion Hall; largest and coolest ballroom
In the city; delightfully entertaining.
Watch for the Portland Rosebud on
the Celro-Kola float In the Industrial
Oriental Rnos wash-cleaned and
repaired. Cartozian Bros. Main 8433.
Union Meat Co.'s wholesale market
will be closed all day Friday, June 1L
Special Lunch today. Catholic Wo
men's League, 123 4th. Visitors welcome.
To Let. For business purposes, store,
1875 square feet, central location, mod
erate rental. AK 710. Oregonian. Adv.
Doctor's Offices to let In downtown
building, central location; moderate
rental, al. 70S, Oregonian. Adv.
Magnificent Unobstructed 'view all
parades; private balcony to private
parties. Main 6192. Adv.
Dr. W. A. Wise will be at his Port
land omce all this week. Adv .
Twelfth and Morrison grandstand
seats; iztn ana Morrison. Adv.
Columbia Highwat trips Sunday;
rouna trip, i. taii jiiar. bluo. Adv.
i rABBBsuiR auto lor nire, $iz a
day; careful driver. East 7154. Adv.
Twelfth and Morrison grandstand
seats; 12th and Morrison. Adv.
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Defense 'of Oylmpla Murder Cue Chal
lenge Women Who Appear mm
Jurors One Rrmalnlns,
OLTMPIA. Wash.. June . (Special.)
Mr. A. L. Miller, said to be the
cause of the slaying of William Chat
ten. Union Mills president, by her hus-
NOTED DANCER TO APPEAR
AT ARTISANS' BEXEFIT.
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Joel Rockette, formerly a star
dancer with Adele Gene, will be
the headllner of benefit concerts
to be given by the women of the
United Artisans on the second
floor of the Pittock. block today,
and Friday afternoona. The
proceeds will be used to de
fray the expenses of a party to
go t the Panama-Paclf lo Expo
sition to represent the Artisans.
Joel Rockette is well known
throughout the country as a
dancer, having made a number
of tours with Adele Gene. Her
most popular appearance was in
"The Butterfly." In the Artisans'
entertainments she will appear
In Mendelssohn's "Sprlngsong"
band, 'will go on the stand In an ef
fort to save him, T. M. Vance, at
torney for the defensa, indicated to
day in his statement to the Jury. Mr.
Vance said he would prove that Chat-
ten proposed that he and Mrs. Miller
procure divorces and marry.
Since Mr. Vance indicated no at
tempt to plead self defense or insan
ity. Prosecutor Yantls objected that no
justification of homicide was alleged.
but the court allowed Mr. Vance to pro
The defense's six peremptory chal
lenges, all directed against women, left
only one, Mrs. E. M. McCUntic, of
Oylmpia, when the jury was com
pleted. One Juror Is T. J. Mounts, half
Quinault Indian. Judge Wright decld
ing this would not Interfere with his
Joel Greenman, mill superintendent
testified to hearing shots the night of
May 8, and saw Miller near Chatten,
who was stooping, already wounded.
Miller was reloading his revolver.
"For God's sake, think of your wife
and the penitentiary," Mr. Greenman
"I'm thinking of the man who ruined
my home," Miller is said to have re
plied, shooting again.
Y. M. C. A. BOYS ARE TO AID
Benefit to Help Finance Organizing
of Clnb at Oregon City.
Eight feature acts, several of them
from the recent "Jarum & Blngam Cir
cus," will be given by the boys' depart
ment of the Toung Men's Christian As
sociation on June 18 at Oregon City to
assist In the organization and financing
of a boys club there.
The organization of the club and its
plans are being fostered by the Port
land association at the request of sev
eral of the church leaders and Sunday
school workers of. Oregon City. There
will be a banquet June 18 at which
the attractions will be given. "Mr.
Editor," a one-act playlet by the boys,
musical numbers and comedy features
as well as examples of the athletic
work will be on the programme.
"THE DAY OF RECKONING"
In a Great Society Drama in Two Acts
public statement. In which he thanks
the voters for their support of him as
a candidate for City Commissioner in
Monday's election. He also thanks his
friends for their work in his behalf.
His statement reads: "I wish to thank
the citizens for their confidence in me
as shown by their votes, and my many
friends for their work in my behalf."
GIRLIfi PARADE STRICKETJ
LA VERA ItAYBURjr, 14, RECENTLY
ILL, OVERCOME) IMPROVING.
Elmo Huffman, Riding on Handlebar
of Motorcycle, Has Lea; Frac
tured by Collision Wltn Auto.
Determined to participate In the
pageant in spite of a recent illness,
14-year-old Lavera Rayburn collapsed
with a hemorrhage of the lungs at
Grand avenue and East Taylor street
yesterday morning while marching with
the Creston School students in the
Children's Parade. She was rushed to
the Good Samaritan Hospital, where it
was reported last night that her con
dition was not serious.
The girl Is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Rayburn, of 5604 Forty-first
avenue Southeast. She was attended
on tho spot by Dr. E. H. Scott and
taken to the hospital by the Ambulance
Service Company. This was the only
mishap reported during the parade.
While riding on the bars of a motor
cycle on his way to join companions
In the Junior militia for the parade,
Elmo Huffman, 15-year-old son ot Or.
H. A. Huffman, of 869 Halsey street,
suffered a compound fracture of the
left leg at East Twelfth and Belmont
streets in a collision with an automo
The motorcycle was being driven by
Robert James, of 336 Monroe street,
and the rear seat was occupied by
James McElvalne, with young Huffman
on the handlebars. The automobile was
driven by P. H. Schuldemann, of 595
FAIR DIRECTORS NAMED
Gresham Racing Association De
mands Keceiver for Gate Receipts.
At the meeting of the Multnomah
County Fair Association Monday the
Greshara Racing Association demanded
an accounting and tnreatened to ask
for a receiver to take charge of all
money received at the coming fair.
The contract with the racing associa
tion has been that the fair association
turn over to the racing association one
half of the gate receipts and eating
concessions. Last year the money was
withheld on the ground that the races
were not held. No races have been
provided for this year.
President Lewis appointed the fol
lowing superintendents for 1915
Grounds and pavllllon, A. F. Miller; ag
riculture, J. W. Townsend; floral, 'Ray
W. Gill; livestock, H. G. Mullenhoff
dairying, R. P. Rasmussen; poultry, C
M. Lake; domestic science. Miss Alberta
Allen; art, Mrs. H. E. Poppleton; juve
nile, Theodore Brugger; refreshments.
F. H. Crane. For floral prizes $150 was
voted and for annuals $25, $15 and $10
ROSE CARNIVAL VISITORS!
If in need of a suit of clothes should
take advantage of the big removal
sale at the Brownsville Woolen Mill
Store, at Third and Stark streets.
Every article in the store is cut in
price, and suits are now selling at:
$ 8.50 for men's $12.50 suits.
$10.00 for men's $15.00 eults.
$13.85 for men's $20.00 suits.
$18.50 for men's $25.00 suits.-Adv.
If you have wood to sell state lowest
cash price, amount and kind of wood.
Prefer place where you can load
throughout Winter; also, need good re
sponsible wood haulers and cutting
contractor financially responsible. Make
first letter plainly understood. L 889,
Oregonian. Adv. v
Toung Woman's Charge Denied.
ROSEBURG, Or., June 9. '(Special.)
W. A. Sebring, who was recently
arrested at El Centro, Cal., on a charge
preferred by a young Roseburg woman,
entered a plea of not guilty in the
Circuit . Court yesterday. His trial
will come up probably sometime next
William Adams Thanks Voters.
William Adams yesterday Issued a
GLEE CLUB OFF TO FETE
TJniverstj Girls Are to Sing at Rose
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugent
June 9. (Special.) The Girls' Glee
Club of the University, left for Portland
today to take part in the Rose Festival.
They will give an hour concert before
the floral parade Thursday at Festival
Center, Park and Madison streets. -
Those making the trip are:
Virginia Petersen, of Astoria; Eva Brock,
of Hood River; Marjorie Williams, of Eu-eei-e;
Bernlce Ingalls, of Eugene; Georslana
Cross, of Oregon City; Marie Churchill, of
Salem; Lois Parks, of Junction City; Kath
erine Kirkpatrick, of Lebanon; Martha
Tinker, of Eugene; Margaret Pratt, of Ku
gere: Kate Schaefer, of Portland; Grace
Bingham, of Eugene; Marlon Tinker, of
Eugene; Maudo Newbury, of Klamath Falls;
Cora Hosford, Helen Johius, of Pendleton;
Irene. Rugh, of Eugene; Charlie Fenton. of
Portland; Leah Perkins, of. Cottage Grove;
Myrtle Tobey, of Eugene; Erma Kelthley, of
Portland; Julia Piatt, of Portland; Ruth
Fraley, of Portland; Mona rougherty, of
Wallowa; Ruth Guppy and Ralph H. Lyman.
NINE CADETS TO GRADUATE
Exercises to Be Held at Hill Military
Graduation exercises will be held at
8 o'clock tonight in the assembly hall
of the Hill Military Academy, Twenty
fifth and Marshall streets.
Nine cadets will receive diplomas.
Addresses will be given by different
members of the faculty. The graduat
ing class is smaller than last June,
when 11 received diplomas at the mili
Five Portland boys are among those
to finish courses: K. C. Farlev, Paul
R. Jones, W. M. Friewald. Clifford A.
Houlahan, Seattle Archibald B. Neil,
Seattle; Thomas J. Howell, Coulee City,
"THE SIX-CENT LOAF' I
Would it mean anything; to you if bread went soaring on I
account of the war? This wonderful 2-act story, with I
Florence La Badie, Helen Badgrely and Leland Benham,
shows what it would mean to thousands.
MABEL NOR3IAND AND BIG AMBROSE
In Another Breezy, Sparkling
And Ed Coxen and Winnifred Greenwood in the lively
THE MOLLY CODDLE'
Washington at Broadway
Wash.; Dean J. Coovert, Portland; Sel
mar J. Monro, Seattle, and Harold W.
SALOON LICENSE SOUGHT
Vancouver Privilege Asked Despite
local Option Election.
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 9. (Spe
cial.) William Paul, who operated two
bars in thla city prior to its going dry.
last night applied to the City Council
for a renewal of his license to operate
a saloon in this city. The matter was
The city la now dry, but there is a
case before the Supreme Court testing
the legality of the election, and if this
is decided in favor of the plaintiff sa
loons may be maintained in this city
until January 1, when the state-wide
prohibition act will become effective.
It is thought Mr. Paul mads applica
tion for & renewal of his license so he
could reopen his saloon for the unex
pired portion of the year, in case of a
I dull o Postmasters Named.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington. June 9. Idaho postmasters
have been named as follows: John C.
Johnston, Crystal, vice Mrs. C F. Sny-
er, resigned; Joseph A. Walker, En-
DAY OR NIGHT SESSIONS. '
Y. M. C. A. Building
, Bey' School.
lUxaKlivh for Foreigners.
25 COURSES FEES NOMINAL.
Full Information at Y. M. C. A. Office)
or Tel. Main 70U5, A 0561.
terprise, vice Mrs. I. Hammond, re
signed; Edgar J. Peterson, Roy, vice
Henry C. Roy, resigned.
Kelso Keeps Jfannal Training.
KELSO, Wash.. Jnne 9. (Special.)
Do Your Grocery Ordering Today
Stop! Look! and Listen!
"The Store of Quality"
L.. IVIayer & Co,
"Portland's Exclusive Handlers of Everything
Good to Eat"
148 Third Street A 4432, Main 9432
WE WILL MAKE ONE DELIVERY FRIDAY,
THE 11th INST.
To All Parts of the Citf .
Wagons WILL LEAVE OUR STORE AT 9
A. M. and one delivery at 4 P. M. Please order
as much as possible today, and thus assure your
self of prompt service.
Store Closed During Parade
' "You can do better for less on Third Street"
SAVE and SUCCEED
Ready money with which to take
advantage of opportunities as
presented is necessary to finan
Liberal Rate of Interest Paid on Savings by
The United States National Bank
Third and Oak Sts. Portland, Oregon
- . Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000.00
The Diamond Stylus,
the new Edison Record
and otlier distinctive
features have combined
to make the new Edison
Diamond Disc perfect
a' real musical instru
ment. The Best Place
to Hear the
is at the Craves Music
Co.'s sfore, where even)
model in ihe various Tvoods
and finishes is on display
six large sound-proof demon
strating parlors for the con
venience of our customers,
and salesmen who under
stand and taf(e pleasure in
shoiving and demonstrating
this nam musical instrument.
Prices: $60 to $450
Catal og on Request.
Graves Music Co.
Pioneer Phonograph Dealers
151 Fourth Street
Bet. Alder and Morrison
By votes of 168 to 22 and 164 to 22, the
manual training and domestic science
departments of the Kelso High School
were retained, in the census vote taken
by the board of directors. The board
at its recent meeting also voted that
all children attending the grades of
the Kelso schools from adjoining dis
tricts hereafter must pay tuition.
The Alhambra Theater, London, offers
two private boxes nightly for the use of
convalescent wounded soldiers home . from
zzn& i a o.- sale
Round-Trip Summer Ex
cursion Fares, via
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
DAILY TO SEPTEMBER 30th, FINAL
RETURN LIMIT OCT. 31st.
Chicago S 72.50 St. Louis 8
Reduced Rates to Many Other Points. Stopovers
Allowed Going and Returning. Usual Diverse Routes.
TRY THE ORIENTAL LIMITED.
Seventy-Two Hours to Chicago. Fast Train, Su
perior Service. Tkrausk Standard and Tourlat
Sleepers to Chicago.
New York 1XO.TO
St. Paul. Minneapolis,
Kansas City, Winnipeg,
St. John, N. B. .
Halifax, N. S. . .
C. P. et T. A.,
Plan to Visit Glacier National Park Thla Summer, Only 24 Hours From
Portland. Call er Write for Free Illustrated Booklets.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEf 8.
Mount Tamalp'ais Military Academy
. SAN RAl-AEL, CALIFORNIA,
The most thoroughly organized and com
pletely equipped military school west of the
Rocky Mountains Cavalry. Infantry, Mount
ed Artillery Sixteen miles north of San
Francisco. U. S. Army officer detailed by
War Department: accredited by the unlver
irv Rtanfnrri and other colleges. Twenty-
slxth year begins Autust 24th. 1915. Address
REV. ARTHUR CROSBY, A. M., JJ- V.
Accredited to Collects Kaatand West Orammar and
Primary Departments. Bend for Illustrated catalogue
FrlncipAl: Marr I. Lockey. A. B.
PALO ALTO, CALIF.
iiccreuiicJ to Colleges. Grammar and Primary
icrarirs. Fourteenth year. Catalogue upon ap
plication. Address Miss Harder. Palo Alto. Cal.
Oregon Graduate Nurses'
The annual meeting of the Oregon
State Graduate Nurses' Association
will be held in the Central Public Li
brary at 2:30 P. M. next Saturday. All
graduate nurses are cordially invited to
SAN FRANCISCO, GEARY AT TAYLO
10 minutes to Exposition without trans
fer. Built of concrete and steel. Private
bath to every room. First-class In every
detail. EL w. WILLS, Manacer.
Member ef Official Exposition Uutel
XP0SITI0N VISITORS SAVE SI. 00 DAY HOTCfc
. EXPENSE. "WRITE US"
Oakland's UfsTLTI Excellent Meals
IIU I tL
KEY ROUTE INN
Key Route direct to Exposition Entrans
Ratesi SI to $2. With meals $2. SO toS 3 9
Weekly S to St 2. With mesis S I S to 2a
Phone Tour Want Ada to
THE OREGON IAN.
Main 7070, A 6035.
CHAIRS TO RECANE.
School for the Adult Blind.
11th and Davis.
For particulars call J. F. Meyers,
Phone Main 548.
A Q.ulet Place for Q.nlet People,
East Morrison St, IVear Grand Ave.
7Sc, SI Per Day W ltai Bath, 81.25.